STEVEN CROWDER (HOST): And here’s the thing, you know what, people want you to feel guilty, and this is why they have the rules of, they’ll say “reveling in death.” We’re not reveling in death, we’re reveling in the tenderizing of—
GERALD MORGAN JR.: Defense. I’m celebrating defense.
CROWDER: The man who tried — when people say if Kyle Rittenhouse didn’t bring a gun with him that night, no one would have died. Uh, no, that’s not true, because there have been dozens of people who have died at these protests, there have been many people who’ve been beaten to the point that they’re severely maimed. And by the way, we saw in Kenosha, people knocked unconscious. If he didn’t bring a gun that night, he could have been raped or killed, just to be clear. And certainly, if he didn’t shoot that night, he would be dead. He would absolutely be dead. If he had his gun and he didn’t shoot, he would be dead.
MORGAN: Absolutely. We know of at least, what, five, six, ten, twelve other guys that had guns that night, that had no problems. They didn’t shoot anybody, because guess what, nobody attacked them. The only reason that that inanimate piece of metal hanging pointing down the entire night was ever brought up and aimed at anyone, was because of a threat. Period. And that’s your right, you get to defend yourself. I am so happy. I literally almost—
CROWDER: It’s not only your right. It needs to be encouraged.
CROWDER: It needs to be encouraged. Tell — and this is why you cannot accept — look, it’s so wrong that we teach young men that violence is immoral. It’s not, it’s not. Violence is amoral. You can use violence to publicly execute a 17-year-old, like Grosskreutz tried to do, or you can use violence to disarm and protect yourself from being murdered. You can use violence to rape the helpless, or you can use violence to help the helpless from being raped. But guess what, if the righteous aren’t willing to defensively use violence where appropriate, where moral, evil will reign.
We’ve seen it throughout mankind — let’s just be really clear, you’ve got it really, really good. Do you know what the world was like? It was the most evil sumbitch who wanted to take your stuff, and if he was big enough and violent enough or had a big enough army, he did. And you prayed that he wasn’t in a bad enough mood that he came out to whip you while you were chained to a fence post that day, or an oar. And then it changed when some moral people used violence to create uprisings.
Why is it not immoral when Black Lives Matter and antifa talk about revolution, and it’s very clear through the track record that it’s violent? Why is that not considered immoral from the left? But it’s considered immoral for the people who have avoided violence, for the shepherds of their flocks, to say that’s it, no more, we’re protecting our flocks. Why is one OK, and one isn’t? And that’s why I’m pushing back, saying not only did Kyle Rittenhouse have the right to do this, I encourage you to do it.
Kyle Rittenhouse doesn’t need to see a bunch of doublespeak conservatives when he’s sitting in that chair, saying, “Oh, he shouldn’t have been there, but I guess it’s self-defense.” No, no, no, no, no, no. This is one of those instances where he needed to see that cavalry coming over that hill. And what I’m saying is, you need to be — and I’m on that hill every day from now on — not sometimes, all the time. Not going out hunting anyone — that’s not what Kyle did. No more, no more.
Let today be the day. In other words, some people needed a catalyst, let today be the day. Today is the day where you have your line in the sand, and you say that’s it. There will not be another town burned down. That’s it. The left wants you — YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, don’t even know if we’re still there — don’t care. They want you to be afraid to protect your town, and the people who burn it and loot it feel emboldened.
Someone’s got to push back. And you can’t push back with a “Yeah, but.” You can’t push back with a, “Oh, but really, I wish that Kyle wasn’t there.” No, no, no, no, no. That’s not what you do. That’s not what you do. That’s not what that kid needed. Look at how hard — do you really think you’re going to fight this evil, and I mean this, this evil of the left? Do you really you’re going to fight this evil with that mindset?